Jooicer – Growth Hacking Tool For Twitter

As we all know, social media is a vitally important marketing and user acquisition tool for startups. By engaging on different social media platforms, startups can gain recognition, target specific niches, promote their products and services and drive website visits and content engagement with little to no investment. Of course, with so many users, platforms and accounts competing to get heard, it’s sometimes difficult to make the most of social media. With its host of early adopters, live content feed and ability to engage with very specific niches, Twitter is one of the most rewarding social media platforms for startups....

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6 Questions with Craig Tashman, Founder of LiquidText

Craig Tashman is the Founder and CEO of LiquidText, an app that improves the way you read, annotate, and research on the IPad.  1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at LiquidText? I’m the founder and CEO at LiquidText. The company and the technology is actually based on my doctoral work at Georgia Tech. We were exploring ways to help people read and understand long, complex documents, and experimenting with new interaction models for documents. In our early studies, people started asking if they could get a product like our prototypes....

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6 Questions with Sebastian Serrano, Co-Founder of BitPagos

Sebastian Serrano is the Co-Founder of BitPagos, a payment gateway that supports bitcoin and focuses on the Latin American market. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at BitPagos? I am Co-Founder and CEO of BitPagos, a company that processes international and Bitcoin payments from Latin America and all over the world. I also have the same position at Ripio, our local Bitcoin wallet. I’m originally a developer but as CEO I also work 24-7 in general management, product development and fundraising. 2. Can you tell us a little about...

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6 Questions with Adam Price, Founder of Homer Logistics

Adam Price is the Founder of Homer Logistics, a platform that provides efficient delivery logistics for the restaurant industry.  1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at Homer Logistics? I am the CEO and Founder of Homer Logistics. I guess my role has really evolved over time (and continues to do so). I think that is the nature of a startup growing pretty fast. When we were in our first couple of months, I would say that my primary role was building the foundation of the team and getting a...

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6 Questions with Nicolas Vandenberghe, Co-Founder of Chili Piper

Nicolas Vandenberghe is the Co-Founder of Chili Piper, an artificial intelligence platform for sales leaders. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at Chili Piper? My wife Alina and I, together with our CTO Ivan, are the three co-founders of Chili Piper. This is the fourth company I founded or co-founded. I’ve had two successful exits, one failure and one neutral. The idea of starting Chili Piper came to us when I was VP of Sales at a $2Bn telecom company and couldn’t get my team to use Salesforce. Alina was...

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6 Questions with Benny Tjia, Founder of Bornevia

Benny Tjia is the Co-Founder and CEO of Bornevia, the easiest way to respond to customer email and social media conversations as a team. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at Bornevia? I’m the co-founder and CEO at Bornevia. Daily, I handle our inbound and content marketing, product development, and high-touch sales operations. 2. Can you provide us some use cases where your customers have improved responsiveness by using Bornevia? One of our customers based in India, Tracxn has been using our platform and its business hours features extensively...

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6 Questions with Fer Moreno, Founder of Worona

Fer Moreno is the Founder of Worona, an open source WordPress plugin that enables users to convert their WordPress Blog into a native mobile App. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at Worona? Worona was founded by three Engineers passionate about software development. At the beginning, it was the three of us focused on software architecture and coding. As time went by, we clearly understood that we should split forces and put more focus on making Worona a profitable business. So Pablo, our CMO, and I decided to take...

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6 Questions with Thomas Scriven, Founder of Dials

Thomas Scriven is the CEO of Dials, a clock-base calendar app. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at Dials? I am the CEO and I work alongside my co-founder, Dante Orpilla, on all things Dials. We had dinner 2.5 years ago and sketched out our initial UI/UX for Dials on a paper table cover at Le Petit Four in West Hollywood, CA. It’s framed and hanging in our conference room at the office. We move the company and product vision forward as a team and use the focus on...

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6 Questions with Pekka Koskinen, Founder of Leadfeeder

Pekka Koskinen is the Founder and CEO of Leadfeeder, an app that allows you to turn your website visitor into sales leads. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at Leadfeeder? I’m the founder and CEO of Leadfeeder. We are currently a team of 6, I’m focusing my efforts in supporting my teammates in their job, developing business analytics and acquiring financing. 2. What are some of the mistakes you have made with Leadfeeder that other founders can hopefully learn from? We’ve been trialing and a/b testing a lot and...

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6 Questions with Nick Gavin, Founder of StackUp

Nick Gavin is the CEO of Stackup, a multi-purpose tool that securely tracks your time reading on every website. 1. First of all, can you tell us a little about your role and what you do at StackUp? I am the CEO of StackUp – Our noble cause is to empower digital learning with a tool that quantifies all your reading online. StackUp is a browser extension that securely measures your time learning at every website and then automatically scores and categorizes that time into 60 subject areas (from reading an article to taking an online class). I run day-to-day operations,...

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